The oldest pawnbroker in the United States, Chicago Loan Company, has been catering to the personal and business needs of the everyman and the celebrity alike.
Chicago Loan recently revitalized the original T. N. Donnelly & Company, which had been in operation since 1881, and continued the family-owned business tradition, providing concierge collateral lending services to Chicagoans and across the Midwest. As a financial institution, Chicago Loan can provide loans of any amount quickly and confidentially. The hassle and headache of securing a loan from a bank is no longer the only option when faced with a cash crunch.
Specializing in collateral lending, Chicago Loan can provide discreet pawn loans against and purchase a wide variety of high-end merchandise, including luxury watches and handbags, antique and estate jewelry, fine diamonds and gemstones, as well as modern and contemporary artwork.
The GIA certified staff maintains the highest degree of privacy inside the well-appointed office located in the historic Hayworth Building on Jewelers Row. Rolex, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels and Harry Winston are only a few of the iconic brands that borrowers bring in to secure a loan. No matter how large or small the pawn loan, all precious jewelry, watches and diamonds are placed in high-security bank vaults.
Chicago Loan also specializes in Hollywood collectibles, such as instruments, clothing and awards, belonging to musical icons and screen legends like Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Madonna and the Beatles. In addition, the distinguished lender also makes pawn loans against sports memorabilia like autographed game worn jerseys and championship rings, as well as political memorabilia like letters written by President John F. Kennedy and dresses belonging to Princess Diana.
Chicago Loan Company is the newest addition to The Loan Companies, joining New York Loan Company and “Pawnshop to the Stars,” Beverly Loan Company, which has provided efficient, discreet and secure collateral loans to clients since 1938. For more information, or to speak with a loan officer, please call 312-236-2929 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.